The association and our member hospitals conduct research to improve the quality, cost and performance of clinical care, and the effectiveness of children's health care public policy.
A new study finds the rate of children hospitalized from opioid poisoning has increased over the last 16 years.
A new study finds that retail medical clinics do not help reduce emergency room visits or lower health care costs.
Stress, which can cause depression and anxiety, is best avoided—especially if a woman is pregnant, according to a new study presented at the annual ...
Here's a look at significant trends and innovations in pediatric health care from the last 25 years.
Hospitals implement strategies to better serve the emergency department population, which helps improve care and reduce costs.
The Cures Act includes pediatric provisions related to research, clinical trial design and strengthening of the workforce.
New research shows how comorbid mental health conditions can impact a child's care in the hospital.
Antibiotic reactions are the leading cause of emergency department visits for adverse drug events among children and adolescents.
Children's hospitals join an initiative to develop the next-generation standards for treating pediatric cancer.
From "What if?" to "What's next?" Children's Hospital Colorado joins health innovation hub to support new discovery in children's health care.
This study shows how hospitals were able to reduce variation in care and reduce costs for common inpatient conditions.
The projects include individual and multi-hospital research efforts as well as CHA analytic, quality and child advocacy programs.
Why elephants rarely get cancer is a mystery that has stumped scientists for decades. A study published in October in the Journal of the American ...
A study finds a significant decrease in the use of CT scans at children’s hospitals for 10 common childhood diagnoses.
A new study finds the use of dexamethasone in patients hospitalized for asthma reduces hospital stays and yields savings.
This study in Pediatrics looked at the impact of the 2011 perioperative care guidelines on tonsillectomy processes and outcomes.
This study, published in the Journal of Hospital Administration, highlights the need for national pediatric collaboration and state facilitation for ...
More than 60 research projects involving CHA member hospitals, data and staff will be shared at the industry-leading Pediatric Academic Societies ...
This study suggests formalized antimicrobial stewardship programs in children’s hospitals are effective in reducing antibiotic prescribing.
Presentation examining the theory behind pay-for-performance programs, their spread into pediatrics and how they may impact children’s hospitals.
This study demonstrated otherwise healthy children with acute osteomyelitis can be sent home safely on oral antibiotic treatment.
This study examined 13 pediatric hospital ACOs for payer and provider contracting, prepping for data-driven population health management, bearing ...
This study compared the prevalence, resource utilization and mortality for pediatric severe sepsis, and offers important epidemiology demonstrating ...
This study published in Pediatrics shows large-scale improvement of handoffs when a best practices bundle was implemented in 23 children's hospitals.
This study evaluated the impact of the evidence-based practice guidelines for bronchiolitis management and demonstrated that national guidelines can ...
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